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“With their Spanish lyrics and fast & ferocious attack, San Francisco’s Ruleta Rusa will remind many of legendary hardcore outfits like Los Olvidados and Sick Pleasure. But Ruleta Rusa are no revivalists. They combine that old school skate-punk vibe with a snarling ‘77 punk rock n’ roll style to create a sound that’s all their own. The band’s debut single, “La Ley”, was released on Mexican Independence Day by the always on point Modern Action Records. And for sure, the thing flat-out kills. Jose of Peligro Social fame is on lead vocals. Basically this is just great snotty punk rock. Catchy, snarling, and hard-hitting, both numbers absolutely blast. The production is really outstanding and gives both of these tunes a raging muscularity to go with the attitude-drenched vocals. The rhythm section is on fire, and I love the integration of rocking guitar leads. There are only two words you need to describe Ruleta Rusa: PUNK ROCK. A formidable debut!”
“SF punk en español reminiscent of bay area classics such as Tales of Terror, Los Olvidados, and Sick Pleasure… featuring ex- vocalist of the legendary Peligro Social…. more on these guys soon… MEXICO TOUR! Nov. 25th – Dec. 3rd. w/Putas Mierdas (guadalajara) & Los Monjo”
“ PUNKS14 - Los Monjo / Ruleta Rusa Split 7" EP Two brand new anthems by mexicans Los Monjo in one side. They don't need introduction. On the other side, Bay Area punkers Ruleta Rusa (ex peligro Social) give us two super catchy, bass driven songs with a superb guitar work. While Los Monjo bring to my mind Eskorbuto, or Mexican punk classics like early Sedicion and Sindrome, in the case of Ruleta Rusa, 80's spanish punk rock like La UVI, Commando 9mm or early Ox Pow are a good comparison. The record comes in two different picture sleeves! (1) Kings of Destruccion cover artwork by Dani Mortaja (2) Rat Fight cover artwork and lyric sheet layout by Teodoro Hernández”